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Photos of an Anxiety Disorder

We found this article called “12 Breathtaking Photos Show What It’s Really Like To Have General Anxiety Disorder” and we think it’s amazing that someone so beautifully created art around how an anxiety disorder feels.  From the...

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Instant comfort! In a box!

When you’re feeling blue, wouldn’t it be great to reach into your pocket and pull out a little comfort?  Well you’re in luck!  Try this little DIY “comfort box” craft. What you’ll need: A...

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Coloring Books for Mental Health

How do you cope with depression and anxiety in the moment?  Recently, there has been a movement in adult coloring books!  Many people find the details of the images in the coloring book to...

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Social Media Image

One thing that can be really tough when you have a mental illness is feeling like you are less than. Especially when you see stuff stuff on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the like.  It...

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Caira Lee on Self-Love

When you hear the phrase “self-love,” what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? How do you feel when thinking about this? What makes you want to practice self-love? What makes you feel...

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Firework

Music has the ability to leave us feeling more positive.  Plus, according to this HuffPost article, music can impact us by: Reducing stress and anxiety Decreasing pain Improving immune functioning – or protecting us...

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Therapist and Friend: Kati Morton

“A process, not perfection” -Kati Morton Kati Morton is a licensed therapist that uses her YouTube channel to provide advice and support to subscribers.  Every week she posts new videos and answers questions about...

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What is Depression?

Depression can be a confusing illness. We often think having an illness means you have a runny nose, a stomach ache, or some part of your body is in pain. Usually you take some...

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The Benefits of Humming

When you’re upset, stressed or sad do you ever find yourself humming a familiar tune? Research shows there are many positive benefits to humming.  One article, recently published in Psychology Today, lists a few...